This has been one of the busiest weekends I’ve had in a long time! Yesterday, I was up and out much earlier than usual to grocery shop, because I go to several different stores in order to get the best savings, and we had two graduation open houses to attend as well. I did not get all the shopping done, but had to get home and ready to head out to the open houses, all the while hoping the rain that had been forecast would hold off. It did, so both graduates had a good day for their parties. I was good, I resisted the lure of drinking pop, and had only about a half of a brownie for dessert. On the way home, we stopped off at the last grocery store I had on my list, Kroger, and I went in while my husband and children went to gas up my car for me, since I won’t have time tomorrow. While in Kroger, I had to get three money orders, totalling $75.00, which I realized a few hours later had not been handed to me, I had only gotten my change. Went racing back up to Kroger, and thankfully they were waiting for me in the cashier’s drawer. God is so good even when I do something stupid! After all that, and running all children through baths and showers, I had them all bringing down clothes to pack for an overnight trip to a friend’s tomorrow. We’re going for the birthday parties of two of her children. So today, in between church services, I’m trying to get the rest of the stuff ready, get the last of the bills paid, and update this blog. Tomorrow morning I have a Dr. appointment at 9:00, and my husband has one right after, so he will meet me there with the kids so that we can leave right from my appointment for our little trip, while he goes home to a quiet house. 🙂 Right now, we’re working on finishing up the laundry, and our two oldest children are still at church working on the VBS play. Our VBS will be starting a week from Monday and go through that Friday, and this is the first year for my two oldest boys to be characters in the play, which is done in five parts, one for each day. The play is about the Apostle Paul and his journeys, and the two of them are very excited to be participating this year.